Ubuntu 15.04 Alpha, Tanglu 2 Review, and More Red Hat
Just when you thought you couldn't get anymore Red Hat news, it once again was the talk of the techtown. An interest blog post from Hanno Böck today says quit using NTP if you care about security. Jack M. Germain discusses the work of Open Invention Network and Jamie Watson reviews Debian-derivative Tanglu 2. Dedoimedio.com shares their best distro of 2014 and Ubuntu 15.04 Alpha 1 was released.
Intel Skylake Audio Support For Linux 3.19
Intel's next-generation Skylake processors are starting to take shape with the Linux 3.19 kernel.
Linux 3.19 lands initial Skylake graphics support within the Intel DRM drivers (there's already initial support on the user-space side too within Mesa) and there's Skylake MPX support among other Skylake related work that's been merged for 3.19.
MIPS R6 Architecture Now Supported By GCC
The latest feature that's landed for the GCC 5 compiler due out next year is MIPS R6 support for both 32-bit and 64-bit.
Ubuntu Touch to Land with Bq Aquaris e4.5 Phones in February
The first two companies that have been confirmed to release phones with Ubuntu Touch are Meizu and Bq. Until now, only Meizu showed any kind of involvement with Ubuntu Touch and they were the first to announce a launch window. On the other hand, Bq has been silent, but it seems to have been very busy and to be the first one out the door.
Case study: Sky News turns to Red Hat for IT upgrade
The news never stops and Sky News must ensure its systems are always available and adaptable for changes to service provision.
To ensure the scalability and resiliency of operations, the news organisation has deployed Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation and Red Hat Satellite in two datacentres. The upgrade to IT infrastructure allows the firm to deliver flexible broadcasting and publishing.
Did Cyanogen betray OnePlus for India?
This year kicked off with OnePlus and Cyanogen Inc announcing the OnePlus One invitation only device which created a buzz in the tech community, since then, relations have taken a downward turn and now the two companies are in a legal debacle over the Indian market.
Back in February on the 28th, OnePlus and Cyanogen both signed a collaboration agreement and earlier on that month, on the 1st, they signed a trademark license agreement which is valid until 31st January 2016. These agreements meant that OnePlus was allowed a non-exclusive license to use Cyanogen trademarks and software worldwide except mainland China. Everything is OK up until September 2014.